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Historic Bovaird House
Plan a visit to the city of Brampton and check out the Historic Bovaird House. Built in 1852, this became the residence of William Bovaird and his wife Mossie in the 1940s. In 1985, this historic home was sold to the city of Brampton for two dollars, by Mrs. Mossie Bovaird. Throughout the years, the home has been renovated to its original appearance.
Visitors to the home enjoy a guided tour to see the period artifacts, memorabilia, decorations, the wooden washing machine and many other items throughout the house. The Map Room contains the original 1859 Tremaine map of the area, and the 1857 Bristow & Fitzgerald surveyor's map of Brampton. It's a premier historic attraction in the Toronto area.
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